Faith in action
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In the past week we have all been shocked by devastating images and messages coming out of Aleppo showing Syrians who are trapped in areas increasingly dominated by hostile government forces. You can find out more about Aleppo and how the conflict developed here, and stay updated on current international attempts to negotiate a ceasefire and evacuation, here.
We are encouraging Christians to do 3 things:
1. Learn - Become aware of what is taking place and help others learn too.
2. Pray - Let us all pray unceasingly for the safety of those at risk and for God's grace and peace to be known in Syria by those in fear.
3. Give - There are many wonderful organisations that do practical work on the ground in the region and one of the most helpful things we can do is support their work financially. For those who are unsure which organisation to give to, we suggest donating to World Vision Australia's Syria Crisis Appeal as they seek to respond with God's grace and compassion through their life-changing development and disaster relief work.
Mike Frost unravels the shameful actions of our parliament last week, with a focus first and foremost on the most vulnerable.
For Clement Ngai’s church, silence about #KidsOffNauru felt like a compromise of the good news of the gospel – that’s why they spoke up.
Rosalie from Activate Church in Adelaide shares how her church took action and why #KidsOffNauru hits close to home for her.
Rev Melissa Clark’s church are ringing their bells 95 times every Friday night, until our government takes action to get #KidsOffNauru.